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Noam Galai/Getty Images (ORANGE, Calif.) — Former President Bill Clinton was admitted to the hospital on Tuesday for an infection, according to a spokesperson, but is recovering and is expected to be released from the hospital soon. “On Tuesday, President Clinton was admitted to UCI Medical Center to receive treatment for a non-COVID-related infection,” Angel […]

DNY59/iStock (WASHINGTON) — The most restrictive abortion law in the country will remain in effect, after a federal appeals court sided with Texas on Thursday in an ongoing legal battle with the Department of Justice. The law, known as SB8, bans physicians from providing abortions once they detect a so-called fetal heartbeat — which can […]

David Livingston/Getty Images for Fashion Media If the real world isn’t scary enough, the new Halloween movie fans have been dying to see is out now. After the COVID-19 pandemic delayed its release by a year, Halloween Kills slashes its way into theaters today and star Jamie Lee Curtis promises fans it was well worth the wait. The actress explains that the film […]

Culpeper County, Virginia Sheriff’s Department Captain James Anthony “Tony” Sisk is pictured in an undated handout photo. Sisk died of COVID-19 on Oct. 1, 2021. – Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office (NEW YORK) — James Anthony “Tony” Sisk was a lifelong law enforcement officer. He had reached the rank of captain with the Culpeper County, Virginia, […]

c1a1p1c1o1m1/iStock (NEW YORK) — The American Automobile Association (AAA) is warning drivers nationwide not to over-rely on advanced safety systems in cars, like automatic braking and lane assist systems, during inclement weather. New research from the organization found that heavy rain affects safety features from functioning properly, which can result in performance issues. During AAA […]

Win McNamee/Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — Hours after his Democratic opponent called on him to publicly condemn attendees of a GOP rally who pledged allegiance to an American flag said to have been flown at the Jan. 6 rally near the Capitol prior to the insurrection, Republican nominee for Virginia governor Glenn Youngkin issued a statement […]

Marilyn Nieves/iStock (NASHVILLE, Tenn.) — There is renewed criticism of a juvenile court judge in Rutherford County, Tennessee, following a joint ProPublica and Nashville Public Radio report that alleges Judge Donna Scott Davenport oversaw a juvenile justice system where Black children were disproportionally and illegally hit with criminal charges. The investigation centers around a 2016 […]

Lubo Ivanko/iStock (NEW YORK) — The United States has been facing a COVID-19 surge as the more contagious delta variant continues to spread. More than 719,000 Americans have died from COVID-19 while over 4.8 million people have died from the disease worldwide, according to real-time data compiled by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering […]

sanfel/iStock (NEW YORK) — Boeing’s former 737 MAX test pilot, Mark Forkner, was indicted for fraud Thursday for allegedly misleading regulators about problems tied to the aircraft’s two fatal crashes. The ex-chief technical pilot is the first Boeing employee to be charged over the 737 Max’s failures. In October 2019, pilots struggled to regain control […]

Teka77/iStock (WASHINGTON) — An independent Food and Drug Administration advisory panel on Thursday voted unanimously to authorize Moderna Covid-19 vaccine boosters for Americans 65 and older, anyone 18 and older with underlying conditions and those frequently exposed to the virus. The recommendation is in line with what the FDA and Centers for Disease Control and […]